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this is the 101 freeway. they're heading north basically out of los angeles toward calabasas and the san fernando valley there. they have been followed by police. we can't tell you much in the way of details here, except they have refused to stop the heeds of l.a. police and the county officials there. but as you might imagine, it's just before 9:00 a.m. in los angeles, which is normally gridlock, bumper-to-bumper traffic. it is amazing that this slow speed has has gone on as long as it has, far as far as it has given all the traffic in southern california. don't know why police are following and don't know if they suspect any prior criminal offense here or, if the passenger is voluntary or a hostage. just don't have those details but we're going to continue to follow what's happening in southern california. and we'll get you the details. jenna: we'll be back to that in just a moment. right now demanding answers from the white house on the attack in libya that killed four americans. congressional republicans and democrats sending a letter to president obama requesting a briefing in washington as
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. a big program centered in houston for a large part but it will be off to los angeles in a little while. we watch it. bill: looks like another flyover. they were just kidding. see you on the radio. bye-bye. martha: "happening now" starts right now. jon: once again taking a look at space shuttle endeavour. it is "happening now." that is the name of our broadcast. the space shuttle endeavour on its way to the west coast flying over the city of houston. dipping down as low as 1500 feet. it flew over the stennis space center in mississippi and the assembly facility in new orleans. all part of the shuttle program building the fuel tanks and the engines for the shuttle. it is about to set down in houston. again they're doing some of those low level flyovers as space shuttle endeavour takes to the skies for the final time. jenna: checking everything out for a little while, right? saying hello to everybody on the streets. meantime we turn to brand new stories and breaking news here on "happening now". jon: yesterday was all about the see credit recording of governor romney at a fund-raiser toda
endeavour to its home in los angeles. it is on pretakeoff roll taxiing into position. the plane or planes are going to be flying over northern california, making sort of a historic tour flying past the golden gate bridge and san francisco skyline. supposed to take off five minutes from now. they have delayed this by an hour because of fog over san francisco, as so often happens in that city. they're hoping that the fog will be burned off by the time the shuttle endeavour gets off the ground hire at edwards air force base and gets up to the san francisco bay area. it will also be doing a flyover the los angeles area. we'll keep you updated. arthel: such a great sight when you see it up in the air. jon: that is a beautiful thing to see. i wish frankly it was still flying in space. but that's just me. arthel: i understand. when we come back 16 trillion in debt, $16. no worries but president obama under fire what he said on letterman on america's exploding debt. stephen hayes what he cause big whoppers on late night. jon: we'll put them to the truth-o-meter a bike ride in the country scary af
carl cameron live in los angeles. that is where governor romney is addressing the u.s. hispanic chamber of commerce. good to see you, carl. hispanics a very important and key voting blob. so far romney a bit behind in the polls with them. will this rare conference call that he had today outlining his campaign message make a difference and why did he choose to do it? >> reporter: first on the latino vote, governor romney does trail about 3-1. pretty high. republicans need to get well over the 30%, 35% mark in the latino vote to be truly competitive nationwide. the fox polls, the fox latino poll suggest that mr. romney is down in the 20s on that score. the campaign held a news conference teleconference a short while to talk about what will be the next couple of weeks of the romney-ryana campaign's intense look at the economy. what a senior adviser said on the call was that voters do recognize that mitt romney has a plan to fix the competent, they don't know a heck of a lot about what is in it. the nexium couple of weeks before the debates there will be an intensified effort to talk about
' language came up for a vote on the floor. los angeles mayor, mayor antonio villaraigosa called for a vote. then he tried it a second time, then a third time. >> i'll do that one more time. all those delegates in favor say aye. [aye ] >> all those opposed say no. [no!] >> in the opinion of the chairman the motion was adopted. jon: sounds like a two-thirds victory to you? you decide. in case there is any doubt about how the party leaders and what that he wanted it to go. here is the teleprompter that was already scripted with the new language. how are the media handling all of this. ellen ratner is bureau chief of the talk news service. jim pinkerton is a contributing editor and writer for a conservative magazine, both are fox news contributors. two-thirds majority voting yes there, ellen? >> listen, i understand that you guys have said that the media has ignored this issue. i represent talk radio and talk radio media. i've got to tell you, every one of our stations from 6:30 this morning on, democrats, republicans, middle level stations all those kind of hosts, everyone brought that up. ei
was hurt and no injuries. so more out of los angeles as we get it. jon: back inside america's election headquarters, and right now president obama is coming off a trip to colorado, one of the most competitive swing states in the 2012 campaign. the president reaching out to middle class voters in jefferson county, a suburban area on the west side of denver. republican challengers mitt romney and paul ryan both holding recent events in the same area. republicans say the key to success in colorado could be winning back jefferson county. it was once considered a republican stronghold. the latest polls show president obama pulling ahead in colorado, he is up by nearly four points in the real clear politics polling average. he leads 49-45.3%. let's take a look at some of the facts from colorado. the economy there, well, unemployment just even with the national average, 8.3%, the u.s. 8.3%. these are july figures, i should point out. the unemployment rate actually dropped a little bit, but that was large hi because of -- largely because of people leaving the work force or leaving the active s
of los angeles that has destroyed four homes and threatening 200 more. murrieta high school is the evacuation center there. the good news is temperatures today through wednesday are going down before rising back into the high 90s by friday. better weather also helped firefighters in washington state over the weekend. in the cascade mountains fire burned some four service buildings and about 2,000 acres, 2,000 residents, however, remained evacuated there. firefighters fear a second fire about a hundred miles south will merge making a huge blaze, larger than the city of seattle, so far they have -- the firefighters that is have steered these flames away from communities while they wait for rain or snow, none of that in sight. patti ann, down here in southern california we are in the middle of wildfire season, the brush is very dry. the winds can kick up at any time. firefighters treat any fire no matter how small with urgency, back to you. patti ann: william la jeunesse live in los angeles thank you. jon: the candidates are in wisconsin looking for votes -- they are not actual
in the hills above los angeles. a live update on what's happening there jon: your election headquarters. taking a look at the key battleground states that could make or break this white house race this time around. today we are looking at virginia. folks in virginia have been reliably republican for a long, long time, except last time around when they voted for president obama in 2008. if you take a look at the stats, virginia, a key prize this time around. oh electoral votes of 13 of them in virginia. the economy looking pretty good right now. that is part of the reason that both campaigns want to claim the state. 5.9% unemployment in virginia. much better than the national average. in terms of the history, president obama has been there seven times. this campaign season, mitt romney has been there five times. if you look at the polls, the real clear politics average, pretty close. president obama with 43.7% of the votes and mitt romney with 46.7% of the votes. kyle conduct is a little end of analyst. it is the state where you live in virginia. what is virginia leaning towards this time? >> i
, and william la jeunesse has more from los angeles. >> reporter: well, jenna, this is our first glimpse into the finger pointing, the back stabbing, the blame game that you are about to see as this ig report becomes public and key players try to save their jobs and avoid possible prosecution for perjury. this long-awaited report says a lot of very senior people knew the u.s. was helping traffic hundreds of assault weapons to mexico, and they did nothing about it. and their failure in leadership and accountability and oversight got people killed. according to this draft report, the inspector general, quote: found no evidence in operation fast and furious that the atf or the u.s. attorney's office attempted at any point during the investigation to balance the risks to public safety against the long-term benefits of identifying trafficking networks and participants. now, much of the blame is being directed at the agent in charge, that's bill newell. their attorneys claim that they're being made scapegoats and say that is ig report does not account for the oversight of guidance and responsi
the story from the very beginning and he joins us now live from los angeles. william, what did this long-awaited report actually find? >> reporter: well the inspector general's review revealed a stunning litany of what was known and ignored. atf agent and the u.s. attorney's office knew who was buying the guns, where they were going and they were killing people in mexico. they had the evidence to seize the weapons and make arrests but dozens of u.s. officials chose to do nothing. that irresponsibility according to the inspector general michael horowitz existed up and down the chain of command in "fast and furious" and lesser extent in a small and earlier operation, wide receiver. >> we concluded that both operation wide receiver and operation "fast and furious" were seriously flawed and supervised irresponsibly by atf's phoenix field division, by the u.s. attorney's office, and by atf headquarters. most significantly in their failure to adequately consider the risk to the public safety in the united states and mexico. >> reporter: now the report found that attorney general eric holder wa
contain a raging fire near los angeles. the very latest "happening now." jenna: well, this is the way it works, republicans have their turn in tampa, democrats get their turn in charlotte, and what they're going to try to do is make the case that the president deserves four more years in office. how are they going to do that? manager we're going to talk about this -- something we're going to talk about this hour. jon: i'm jon scott. democrats are looking to recapture the political spotlight. some of the party's biggest stars will be on stage tonight in charlotte including the first lady, michelle obama. and throughout the convention their task will be to convince voters president obama offers the best chance to get america back on track. bret baier is the anchor of "special report." simple question, bret, how do they intend to do that? >> i think it's a simple question, but one that we've seen over the past couple of days has tripped up a couple of democrats. i think now their focus is laying out the future of what the next four years would look like and point out that when the presid
. william la jeunesse is live in los angeles. >> reporter: we have presidents boorn poor, lincoln and those born rich. kennedy. unless you walk in the shoes of the average american, you're not qualified or can't be a good president, history says otherwise. >> there is $100. 110. >> reporter: privilege and wealth are nothing new in washington so why do democrats criticize mitt romney's? >> romney had somewhere between 20 and $100 million in the ira. >> he just has no idea how good he has had it. >> reporter: not long ago being rich didn't matter. >> the first family is off and away. >> reporter: with trust funds, sheltered childhoods, summer homes and boarding schools, jfk and fdr had little in common with the common man yet democrats didn't demonize their wealth. >> it was a different era and so much of what a candidate did and was privately was considered off limits. >> reporter: lbj grew up middle class but acquired land and cattle for an estate worth millions. eight years ago then senate candidate barack obama never mentioned john kerry's privileged past. >> john kerry believes in an ame
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